Your presentations continue. Remember the rules: Each presentation is about ten minutes, followed by no more than five minutes of questions; each presentation is supported by a PowerPoint (or equivalent) slide show; and you are giving the presentation to the whole class, not just me. I also expect full participation by the student audience. As a summary, here is the Presentation and Paper assignment.
|Matt Hartzell||Who really was William Shakespeare?|
|Ellie Howell||Survival: The “Compelling Force” at Dyatlov Pass|
|James Rankin||Darth Hitler and His Planet-Destroying Wonder Weapons|
|Isaac Shore||Free Energy May Be a Possibility of the Future, But For Now It is Only a Conspiracy|
|Mirkamil Mijit||Are GMO Foods Produced by Governments to Reduce the Population on Earth?|
|Kenzie Rogers||Astrology and the Supposed Mechanisms Behind It|
FRIDAY: Summary session for the last day! (Plus food and drink of some sort.)